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Book Review: Slowly We Rot by Bryan Smith

With the human population nearly wiped out because of the zombie apocalypse, Noah has been alone in a mountain cabin for years. When the sister he presumed dead shows up one day though, things start to change, and he leaves his cabin to trek across the country in search of a long-lost love from his college days. But the horrors he faces along the way bring back his alcoholism and inner demons...
 

Book Review: The Hypnotic City (The Gold and Gaslight Chronicles Book 2) by Andrea Berthot

It's 1904 and Philomena has moved from London to New York to finally be free and to follow her dreams of performing, so when the famous theatre owner Tom Casey hires her to be his next star, it's her dream come true. But her new boyfriend isn't quite as excited about it as she is, and as Philomena starts noticing more and more strange things, she realizes something suspicious is going on, and...
 

Book Review: Captive (Beautiful Monsters Book 1) by Jex Lane

Having no sire to guide him, Matthew doesn't even know there is a vampire-incubus war going on until he gets caught in a vampire trap one night by Tarrick, a high ranking incubus general. But when Tarrick realizes that Matthew is special and more powerful than other vampires, he captures him and makes him his slave rather than killing him. But Matthew is torn---he's happy to be learning about his...
 

Book Review: Welcome to Deadland by Zachary Tyler Linville

The infected have taken over, and there don't seem to be very many humans left. Asher and Wendy, students at the same university, have teamed up and are heading to a theme park, but Asher is still overcoming heartbreak, and Wendy is harboring a secret that's tearing her apart. Meanwhile, Rico, a teenager battling drug addiction, and Jayden, a child, are heading up to Orlando to look for the last...
 

Book Review: Machinations (Machinations Book 1) by Hayley Stone

In a world that's been all but decimated by machines, Rhona is a leader and a symbol of hope for the survivors... but now she's also a clone, the original Rhona having been killed during a rescue mission. Unfortunately not everyone sees her as the same person, especially Camus, the man she still loves, and Rhona is missing some of her memories, leaving her wonder if she's still the same person or...
 

Book Review: The Experiment (Saving Caeorleia Book 1) by Alicia Nordwell

Five years ago Ryker signed up for what was supposed to be a harmless experiment only to end up tortured, abused, and changed into an alien species. When he's sent down to the planet full of Caeorleians, he's sure they're going to kill him or experiment on him as the doctors did, but Seral, the alien he's bonded to now, actually seems to care for him. Ryker starts to realize he might have a...
 

Book Review: Wings of Shadow (The Immortal Sorrows Book 2) by Sherri A. Wingler

After the events of the last book, Asher is determined to get Izzy back and get his revenge on those who wronged them, but Izzy isn't going to sit around waiting to for help. With an angel who goes by the name of Wrath and a pooka named Squire as her companions, Izzy sets out on a journey through Hell to find her...
 

Book Review: Crisped + Sere (Immemorial Year Book 2) by TJ Klune

Having recently found out just how valuable Lucas is, Cavalo now has to decide whether to return Lucas to the tribe of cannibalistic "Dead Rabbits" and save his people in Cottonwood, or to keep Lucas safe and go to war. With the help of his dog, his robot friend, and the mute psychopath who has somehow gotten past his barriers and under his skin, Cavalo will have to use the remains of his sanity...
 

Book Review: Pieces (Patchwork Book 1) by T. Aleo

Rebekah, a descendant of Dr. Frankenstein, is the only one in her family who isn't immortal, and she's tired of being over-protected because of it. But her father, the leader of the Works---a group of families made up of vampires, shifters, werewolves, witches, and Rebekah's kind---is obsessed with trying to make Rebekah immortal and even more obsessed with power. With unease brewing among the...
 

Book Review: The Unquiet Dead by Chris Dubecki

Tyler didn't ask to be a necromancer, and he doesn't want to get involved when he finds a mysterious mausoleum holding a spectre that's trying to break free, but when he ends up caught up in the supernatural chaos, he's not going to sit back and let anyone else he loves get hurt. Now, with the help of his friends and new mentors, he'll have to learn to hone his abilities and find a way to stop...